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Kathleen Marie "Kathy" Ireland is an American model, actress, entrepreneur and designer. She rose to fame in the 1980s and 1990s as a swimsuit model who appeared in 13 consecutive Sports Illustrated swimsuit issues. 
Born: March 20, 1963, Glendale, California, United States
Height: 1.77 m
Spouse: Dr. Greg Olsen (m. 1988)
Children: Lily Olsen, Chloe Olsen, Erik Olsen
Siblings: Mary Ireland, Cynthia Ireland
Early Life and Career

Born in 1963, Kathy Ireland has found fame and success as a model and a businessperson. Her entrepreneurial instincts emerged early on while growing up in Santa Barbara, California. Ireland sold hand-painted rocks around her neighborhood before landing her first paper route at the age of 11. One of her customers gave her some grief about doing what he considered to be "a boy's job," but that criticism only encouraged her to stick with it. "To this day, I'm grateful to him, because there were several days when I wanted to quit, and I wouldn't give him the satisfaction," Ireland told Success magazine.

While in high school, Ireland moved on to a new career. Her striking green eyes, warm smile and impressive curves caught the attention of a modeling agent. She signed with the Elite Modeling Agency and her life as a model soon started to take off.

Model and Actress
Ireland had a career breakthrough in 1984 when she landed her first Sports Illustrated cover. This image proved to be the first of three times she would appear as the cover model for the magazine's famous swimsuit issue. She was also featured in the interior photo spread for the swimsuit issue more than ten times. Ireland became a household name, much like the other supermodels of the 1980s and 1990s, including Christie Brinkley and Cindy Crawford.

Outside of modeling, Ireland also appeared in films and television. Her first film, Alien from L.A. (1988), proved to be a commercial and critical disappointment. She went on to work in such comedies as Unnecessary Roughness (1991) and Loaded Weapon 1 with Emilio Estevez and Samuel L. Jackson. In 1994, Ireland landed a recurring role on the popular prime time soap opera Melrose Place. She has continued to make sporadic television appearance since then, including a 2009 appearance as a contestant on Dancing With the Stars.

Leading Businesswoman
In 1993, Ireland started developing what would become her business empire. She took out $50,000 in 1993 to help launch her own line of socks. Over time, she grew this business to become Kathy Ireland Worldwide, which brings in more than $1 billion in sales annually. The company now markets more than 15,000 products, including furniture, baby items, and jewelry. In 2012, Ireland was featured on a very different type of magazine cover. Forbes magazine nicknamed her "Supermogul" for her tremendous success as a designer and entrepreneur.

Personal Life
Ireland is married Gregory Olsen, an emergency room doctor. The couple lives in Santa Barbara, California, and they have three children together, Erik, Lily and Chloe. She is an active supporter of several charities, including the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital and the Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation. Ireland has authored six books, including Real Solutions for Busy Moms: Your Guide to Success and Sanity.

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Friday, 13 November 2015

Syed Abid Ali Cricketer

Syed Abid Ali is one of the famous cricket player for Indian team. Syed Abid Ali is born on September 9, 1941 at Hyderabad. Syed Abid Ali has a right hand batsmen and Right hand medium fast bowler.

He played 29 test matches and 5 One day matches for Indian team. He played first test match for Indian team on 23, December 1967 with Australia and last test match played with west Indies on 15,December 1974.
First ODI match played on 13, July 1974 with England and last ODI played on 14 June 1975 with New Zealand.
81 runs is the highest score in test matches of his career and 70 runs is the highest score in ODI matches.
He took 5 wickets once in test career and best bowling 55/6.

Monday, 9 November 2015

List of Indian Cricket Players ODI All Time

List of ODI Indian Cricket Players All Time


Syed Abid Ali
Ajit Agarkar    
Bishan Singh Bedi   
V. V. S. Laxman    
Farokh Engineer   
Harbhajan Singh    
Sunil Gavaskar
Gagan Khoda    
Madan Lal
M. S. K. Prasad    
Sudhir Naik
Nikhil Chopra    
Brijesh Patel    
Jatin Paranjpe    
Eknath Solkar 
Sanjay Raul    
Srinivas Venkataraghavan    
Laxmi Ratan Shukla    
Gundappa Viswanath    
Gyanendra Pandey    
Ajit Wadekar    
Amay Khurasiya    
Gopal Bose    
Sadagoppan Ramesh    
Ashok Mankad    
Virender Sehwag    
Mohinder Amarnath    
Jacob Martin    
Anshuman Gaekwad    
Vijay Bharadwaj    
Karsan Ghavri    
Thirunavukkarasu Kumaran    
Syed Kirmani    
Devang Gandhi    
Parthasarathy Sharma    
Sameer Dighe    
Dilip Vengsarkar    
Sridharan Sriram    
B. S. Chandrasekhar    
Hemang Badani    
Pochiah Krishnamurthy    
Amit Bhandari    
Sudhakar Rao    
Vijay Dahiya    
Surinder Amarnath    
Zaheer Khan    
Chetan Chauhan    
Yuvraj Singh    
Kapil Dev    
Reetinder Singh Sodhi    
Yashpal Sharma    
Dinesh Mongia    
Bharath Reddy    
Ashish Nehra    
Surinder Khanna    
Shiv Sunder Das    
Kirti Azad    
Deep Dasgupta    
Roger Binny    
Ajay Ratra 
Dilip Doshi    
Sanjay Bangar    
Sandeep Patil    
Mohammad Kaif    
T. E. Srinivasan    
Sarandeep Singh    
Yograj Singh    
Murali Kartik    
Randhir Singh    
Tinu Yohannan    
Ravi Shastri    
Jai Yadav    
Krishnamachari Srikkanth    
Lakshmipathy Balaji    
Suru Nayak    
Parthiv Patel    
Arun Lal    
Gautam Gambhir    
Ashok Malhotra    
Aavishkar Salvi    
Ghulam Parkar    
Amit Mishra    
Balwinder Sandhu    
Abhijit Kale    
Maninder Singh    
Irfan Pathan    
T. A. Sekhar    
Rohan Gavaskar    
Chetan Sharma    
Ramesh Powar    
Raju Kulkarni    
Dinesh Karthik    
Manoj Prabhakar    
Mahendra Singh Dhoni    
Ashok Patel    
Joginder Sharma    
Rajinder Ghai    
Suresh Raina    
Kiran More    
Yalaka Venugopal Rao    
Mohammad Azharuddin    
R. P. Singh    
Sadanand Viswanath    
S. Sreesanth    
Lalchand Rajput    
Munaf Patel    
Laxman Sivaramakrishnan    
V. R. V. Singh    
Gopal Sharma    
Robin Uthappa    
Shivlal Yadav    
Wasim Jaffer    
Chandrakant Pandit    
Piyush Chawla    
Raman Lamba    
Rohit Sharma    
R. P. Singh    
Ishant Sharma    
Bharat Arun    
Praveen Kumar    
Navjot Singh Sidhu    
Manoj Tiwary    
Arshad Ayub    
Yusuf Pathan    
Woorkeri Raman    
Manpreet Gony    
Ajay Sharma    
Pragyan Ojha    
Sanjeev Sharma    
Virat Kohli    
Sanjay Manjrekar    
Subramaniam Badrinath    
Narendra Hirwani    
Ravindra Jadeja    
V. B. Chandrasekhar    
Abhishek Nayar    
Rashid Patel    
Sudeep Tyagi    
M. Venkataramana  
Abhimanyu Mithun    
Robin Singh    
Murali Vijay    
Salil Ankola    
Ashok Dinda    
Vivek Razdan    
Vinay Kumar    
Sachin Tendulkar    
Umesh Yadav    
Venkatapathy Raju    
Ravichandran Ashwin    
Atul Wassan    
Naman Ojha    
Gursharan Singh    
Pankaj Singh    
Anil Kumble    
Shikhar Dhawan    
Saradindu Mukherjee    
Saurabh Tiwary    
Vinod Kambli    
Wriddhiman Saha    
Javagal Srinath    
Ajinkya Rahane    
Pravin Amre    
Varun Aaron    
Subroto Banerjee    
Rahul Sharma    
Sourav Ganguly    
Bhuvneshwar Kumar    
Ajay Jadeja    
Mohammed Shami    
Vijay Yadav    
Ambati Rayudu    
Rajesh Chauhan    
Jaydev Unadkat    
Nayan Mongia    
Cheteshwar Pujara    
Venkatesh Prasad    
Mohit Sharma    
Atul Bedade    
Stuart Binny    
Bhupinder Singh, Sr.    
Parvez Rasool    
Aashish Kapoor    
Axar Patel    
Prashant Vaidya    
Dhawal Kulkarni    
Utpal Chatterjee    
Karn Sharma    
Rahul Dravid    
Kedar Jadhav    
Vikram Rathour    
Manish Pandey
Paras Mhambrey    
Sunil Joshi    
Sujith Somasunder    
Pankaj Dharmani    
Saba Karim    
Dodda Ganesh    
Abey Kuruvilla    
Noel David    
Nilesh Kulkarni    
Harvinder Singh    
Debashish Mohanty    
Sairaj Bahutule    
Hrishikesh Kanitkar    
Rahul Sanghvi  

Wednesday, 2 April 2014

Kapil Dev Biography

Born: January 6, 1959, Chandigarh
Height: 1.83 m
Spouse: Romi Bhatia (m. 1980)
Education: D.A.V. School, Chandigarh
Children: Amiya Dev
Awards: Arjuna Award for Cricket



Kapil Dev Ramlal Nikhanj (born 6 January 1959), better known as Kapil Dev, is a former Indian cricketer. He captained the Indian cricket team which won the 1983 Cricket World Cup. Named by Wisden as the Indian Cricketer of the Century in 2002, Kapil Dev was also India's national cricket coach for 10 months between October 1999 and August 2000.
Kapil was a right-arm pace bowler noted for his graceful action and potent outswinger, and was India's main strike bowler for most of his career. He also developed a fine inswinging yorker during the 1980s, which he used very effectively against tail-enders. As a batsman, he was a natural striker of the ball who could hook and drive effectively. A naturally aggressive player, he often helped India in difficult situations by taking the attack to the opposition. Nicknamed The Haryana Hurricane, he represented the Haryana cricket team in domestic cricket. He retired in 1994, holding the world record for the most number of wickets taken in Test cricket, a record subsequently broken by Courtney Walsh in 2000. At the time, he was also India's highest wicket taker in both major forms of cricket, Tests and ODIs. He is the only player in the history of cricket to have taken more than 400 wickets (434 wickets) and scored more than 5,000 runs in Tests, making him one of the greatest all-rounders to have played the game. On 8 March 2010, Kapil Dev was inducted into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame.

Early life
Kapil Dev was born as Kapil Dev Ramlal Nikhanj to Ram Lal Nikhanj, a building and timber contractor and his wife Raj Kumari in Chandigarh on 6 January 1959. His parents had migrated from Rawalpindi during the Partition of India. Kapil Dev was a student at D.A.V. School and joined Desh Prem Azad in 1971

Bowling style
By the end of 1983, Kapil already had about 250 Test wickets in just five years and looked well on his way to becoming one of the most prolific wicket-takers ever. However, his bowling declined following knee surgery in 1984, as he lost some of his majestic jump at the crease. Despite this setback, he never missed playing a single test or one-day game on fitness grounds (save for his disciplinary ouster in the 3rd test at Calcutta during the 1984/85 series against England). He continued to be effective, if not devastating, for another ten years and became the second bowler ever to take 400 wickets in Test cricket in 1991–92 when he took Mark Taylor's wicket in a series versus Australia in Australia. In that Australian tour he took 25 wickets.

Captain: 1983 World Cup Champions (1982–1984)
Kapil Dev debuted as India's captain in the 1982–83 season against Sri Lanka (before the Pakistan tour) when Gavaskar was rested. His first assignment as regular captain was the tour of West Indies, where the biggest accomplishment was a lone ODI victory. Kapil (72) and Gavaskar (90) led India to a huge score – 282/5 in 47 overs and Kapil's 2 wickets aided India to restrict West Indies for 255 and a victory that Indian cricketers claim gave them the confidence to face the West Indies team in 1983 Cricket World Cup. Overall, Kapil Dev had a good series in West Indies as he scored a century to save the second test match as well as picking up 17 wickets (Average: 24.94).
1983 World Cup Performance
Kapil entered the World Cup with an ordinary individual record – 32 Matches, 608 Runs (Average: 21), 34 wickets. India's solitary victory in the previous two World Cups was against East Africa in 1975. Riding on Yashpal Sharma (89 Runs), Roger Binny and Ravi Shastri (3 wickets each), India inflicted the West Indies' first-ever defeat in the World Cup.Following a victory against Zimbabwe, India lost the next two matches – Australia (despite Kapil Dev's best career figures of 5/43) and West Indies. India now needed victories against Australia and Zimbabwe to advance to semi-finals.
India faced Zimbabwe at Nevill Ground, Royal Tunbridge Wells on 18 June 1983 under overcast conditions. India won the toss and elected to bat. Disaster struck as the top order started a procession back to the dressing room as Gavaskar (0), Kris Srikkanth (0), Mohinder Amarnath (5) and Sandeep Patil (1) leaving India at a precarious 9/4 that turned to 17/5 when Yashpal Sharma (9) was dismissed. Batting with the lower order batsmen, Kapil Dev stabilised the side with a 60-run partnership with Roger Binny (22 runs) and a 62-run partnership with Madan Lal. When Syed Kirmani walked in at 140/8, Kapil Dev had scored his half-century and went on to score his century off 100 balls. Together with Kirmani (22 runs), Kapil put on an unbeaten 126 runs for the 9th wicket – a world record that stood unbroken for 27 years (10000 days), and finished not out with 175 runs off 138 balls, an innings that included 16 boundaries and 6 sixes. The innings figures in the Top 10 ODI Batting Performances compiled by Wisden in February 2002 at No. 4. India won the match by 31 runs.Unfortunately this match was not covered by any channel due to a BBC strike. After a win against Australia, India entered the semi-finals.
In the semi-finals India faced the English cricket team. Kapil helped curtail the lower-order after England lost regular wickets to Roger Binny and Mohinder Amarnath. He took 3 wickets as India limited England to 213 and the middle order of Mohinder Amarnath (46 runs), Yashpal Sharma (61), Sandeep Patil (51*) ensured victoryand entry into the finals to take on the mighty West Indies cricket team who were looking for a hat-trick of World Cup titles. West Indies restricted India for 183 runs, with only Kris Srikkanth (38 runs) providing some scoring relief. Despite losing Gordon Greenidge, West Indies steadied their innings to 57/2 on the back of quick scoring by Viv Richards and looked comfortable. Richards played one too many aggressive shots when he skied a pull shot from Madan Lal that Kapil caught at deep square leg after running for over 20 yards running backwards. The catch is attributed as the turning point in the 1983 WC Final and is regarded as one of the finest in ODI Cricket. West Indies collapsed from 50/1 to 76/6 and finally were bowled out for 140 with Kapil picking up the wicket of Andy Roberts. Kapil Dev had upset Clive Lloyd's West Indies to win India's maiden World Cup and he led from the front with 303 runs (Average: 60.6), 12 wickets (Average: 20.41) and 7 catches in 8 matches – a truly all-round performance.

Post World Cup
After the World Cup, India hosted the West Indies cricket team and felt their fury as the tourists won the Test series 3–0 and the ODI Series 6–0. Kapil Dev achieved his best test bowling performance in a loss at Motera Stadium, Ahmedabad with a return of 9/83.His bowling performance in the test and ODI series was let down by his poor batting performance. The selectors ended the Kapil's reign by reappointing Gavaskar as captain in early 1984.

Difficult captaincy
Kapil was reappointed captain in March 1985, and guided India on a Test series win over England on their tour in 1986. This period saw one of the most famous matches played during his reign, the second Tied Test, in which he was named joint-man of the match with Australian batsman Dean Jones.
Kapil was retained as captain for the 1987 Cricket World Cup. In their first match, Australia scored 268 against India. However, after the close of innings, Kapil Dev agreed with the umpires that the score should be increased to 270 as one boundary during the innings had been mistakenly signalled as a four and not a six. In their reply, India scored 269 falling short of Australia's score by one run. In the Wisden Cricketer's Almanack, it was reported that "Kapil Dev's sportsmanship proved the deciding factor in a close-run match". India went on to reach the semi-final of the 1987 World Cup, where they lost to England. Kapil faced the blame for India's defeat as he holed out to deep mid-wicket triggering a collapse that led to the unexpected loss. He did not captain India again, even though he was the Vice-captain for India's tour to Pakistan in 1989.
The captaincy period was on the whole a difficult one for him as it was mired with reports of differences with Gavaskar, as well as his own inconsistent form as a bowler. However, both men have since insisted that these reports were exaggerated.Above all the controversy, Kapil's performance was better when he was the Captain, than as a player underline that, he enjoyed and suited captaincy.

Personal life
He was introduced to Romi Bhatia by a common friend in 1979 and proposed to her in 1980.The couple married in 1980 and had a daughter, Amiya Dev, on 16 January 1996.
After retirement from cricket in 1994, Kapil Dev took up golf. Kapil was the only Asian founding member of Laureus Foundation in 2000. Ian Botham and Viv Richards were the other two cricketers on the founding member council of 40. Steve Waugh was added to the Academy members in 2006 when it was expanded from 40 to 42. He has written three autobiographical works. By God's Decree came out in 1985 and Cricket my style in 1987. He released his most recent autobiography, titled Straight from the Heart in 2004 (ISBN 1-4039-2227-6).
Business Interests
In 2005, Kapil picked up 5% stake in Zicom Electronics
Kapil owns the Kapil's Eleven (2006) restaurants in Chandigarh and Patna. He also owns the Kaptain's Retreat Hotel (1983; renovated and reopened in 2002) in Chandigarh.
Kapil established a company Dev Musco Lighting Pvt Limited in partnership with Musco Lighting to install floodlights in major stadiums and sports venues in India. Floodlight projects include PCA Stadium, GCA Stadium, Brabourne Stadium, Barabati Stadium, Sector 16 Stadium.
Kapil has made cameo appearances in the films Iqbal, Chain Khuli ki Main Khuli and Mujhse Shadi Karogi

Endorsements
Kapil Dev has been actively courted by Indian businesses during and after his cricketing days as brand ambassador for their products because of the charisma that personifies the cricketer. Though not the first Indian cricketer to endorse brands, he was the first star brand on Indian Television with his Palmolive ka jawab nahin (Translation: Palmolive has no match). He also appears consistently on Headlines Today as a guest speaker. Other endorsments include:
Palmolive Shaving cream
BSA-SLR bicycles
Hero Honda bikes
Hajmola – 1995
Crocin Pain Relief – 2005.
Boost (1980s & 1990s)
Sony SET Max – 2002.
Birla Sun-Life Insurance – 2006
Chadha Group – 2006
Kinetic – 2002
Eastman Group – 2007
Standard Chartered – 2003
Rado – 2000
Jaypee Greens – 2002
Omaxe Construction – 2003
Haier – 2007
Idea Cellular – 2011
Rasna Yorker – 2000

Records
Test cricket
In early 1994, he became the highest Test wicket-taker in the world, breaking the record held by Sir Richard Hadlee. Kapil's record was broken by Courtney Walsh in 1999.
Kapil is the only player to have achieved the all-rounder's double of 4,000 Test runs and 400 Test wickets.
Kapil holds the record for the most innings in a complete career (184) without being run out.
He is the youngest test cricketer to take 300 wickets( 27 years 2days)
ODI cricket
In 1988, Kapil overtook Joel Garner to become the highest wicket-taker in ODI cricket. His final career tally of 253 wickets remained a record until it was broken by Wasim Akram in 1994.
According to the ICC cricket ratings for all-rounders in ODI cricket, Kapil's peak rating of 631 is the highest rating ever achieved. He reached this mark on 22 March 1985 after a World Series final against Pakistan in Australia.
Achievements
Awards
1979–80 – Arjuna Award
1982 – Padma Shri
1983 – Wisden Cricketer of the Year
1991 – Padma Bhushan
2002 – Wisden Indian Cricketer of the Century
2010 – ICC Cricket Hall of Fame

Career statistics

Competition      Test       ODI       FC              LA
Matches 131 225 275 309
Runs scored 5248 3783 11356 5461
Batting average 31.05 23.79 32.91 24.59
100's/50's 27-Aug 14-Jan       18/56 23-Feb
Top score 163        175* 193        175*
Balls bowled 27740 11202 48853 14947
Wickets 434 253 835 335
Bowling average 29.64 27.45 27.09 27.34
5 wickets in innings 23 1 39 2
10 wickets in match 2      n/a 3        n/a
Best bowling Sep-83 May-43 Sep-83 May-43
Catches/stumpings       64/–         71/–       192/–         99/–